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I'm not 100% sure about this so am posting on here to see if anyone else has had the same issue. There seem to be creaks being made when I try to press the buttons of the Surface keyboard that are near the corners. Also, there appears to be a bubble of air underneath part of the cover, near the mouse pad. The creaks make the cover uncomfortable to use.


Has anyone else experienced these? I'm going to try to get a replacement cover!



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There have been some issues reported as far as swelling or separating in the Touch covers. I would think it may start to effect how flat the cover lays against the screen when folded up

You should get it swapped out.

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Haven't had any issues with mine...yet... I would suggest taking it back and see what they could do for you. It will definitely cause a problem for typing if it gets worse.

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